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Rangers Faux Pas Perfect Illustration of Why You Need a Social Media Policy

23. October 2015 07:55
The Texas Rangers' social media gaffe illustrates how employee social media use can tarnish a business's image. These tips can help you curb employee mistakes. [More]

7 Things You Didn't Know Insurance Could Cover

21. October 2015 07:25
You may be surprised how specific insurance policies can be. These 7 coverages give you a taste of the more obscure parts of the business insurance world. [More]

The Spookiest Things That Could Happen at Your Office Halloween Party

15. October 2015 08:09
Throwing a Halloween party at your office? Monsters and zombies aren't your only worries – drunken accidents and employee injuries can be downright scary, too. [More]

Beyond Product Liability: When Quality Failure Can Lead to Jail Time

14. October 2015 08:03
The sentencing of key players at Peanut Corporation shows that product liability can end in jail time if defects were known before products hit the market. [More]

Paul Walker Wrongful Death Lawsuit Highlights the Concept of Strict Liability

2. October 2015 07:41
Strict liability refers to your legal responsibility for an injury even if you weren't negligent. The rule most commonly applies to lawsuits over defective products. [More]

ADA Lawsuit Targets a Small Louisiana Restaurant

21. September 2015 07:28
A pizza shop is being sued over failing to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Small business insurance may or may not cover ADA lawsuits. [More]

One More Reason to Love Your Commercial General Liability Insurance

9. September 2015 07:34
A New York court ruled that an insurer had to pay out on a product recall claim. Understanding your policy can help you challenge a denied claim, if ever needed. [More]

$8.9 Million Award to Michael Jordan Shows the Value of Advertising Injuries

8. September 2015 07:37
Michael Jordan's lawsuit against Dominick's wasn't just a sweeping win for the basketball star – it's also a lesson in misappropriation for small-business owners. [More]

Fire Damage at Chicago's Second City Illustrates the Benefits of Insurance

4. September 2015 07:41
Second City was forced to cancel performances after a restaurant's fire spread to its offices. Business Interruption Insurance can help cover losses during a shutdown. [More]

Under Armour Copyright Infringement Lawsuits: Probably Covered by General Liability

2. September 2015 07:32
Under Armour is suing a small business for using the word "armor" in its name. If you're faced with a similar suit, access to legal guidance may be a lifesaver. [More]